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What happened at March for Science events around the world -

Nature reported from marches in cities including Sydney, Washington DC and Paris, as people took to the streets in support of science. Sara Reardon,; Nicky Phillips,; Alison Abbott,; Barbara Casassus,; Ewen Callaway,; Alexandra Witze,; Corie Lok ...and more »

Scientists, Feeling Under Siege, March Against Trump Policies - New York Times

WASHINGTON — Thousands of scientists and their supporters, feeling increasingly threatened by the policies of President Trump, gathered Saturday in Washington under rainy skies for what they called the March for Science, abandoning a tradition of ...and more »

Doth protest too much? Naw. Here's how to do it like a pro - Grist

In the wake of Trump's inauguration, the act of protesting became de rigueur so quickly that it took about 45 seconds for a multibillion-dollar soda brand to coopt it. Anyone who survived Kendall Jenner's blessedly short-lived stint as a #wokebae may ...and more »

Thousands March Worldwide in Support of Science - Eos

Nina Liakos hopes to be a geologist in her next life. “When I studied geology in college, I was bored,” Liakos said. “Then they discovered plate tectonics. I just have this picture of things floating around in a giant bathtub, and it's really cool ...and more »

Defending science: How the art of rhetoric can help - The Conversation US

Science seems to be under attack in America, so much so that scientists and their supporters are marching in the streets. President Donald Trump has publicly called climate change a Chinese hoax abetted by greedy scientists. He has linked vaccines to ...and more »

Why people are marching for science: 'There is no Planet B' - Washington Post

Thousands of people gathered in the rain Saturday on the soggy grounds of the Washington Monument to turn Earth Day into an homage to science. After four hours of speeches and musical performances, they marched down Constitution Avenue to the foot of ...and more »

Pictures From the March for Science - New York Times

Thousands of scientists and their supporters gathered on Saturday to participate in the March for Science in Washington and in hundreds of other cities. These are visual highlights from the gatherings around the world. Washington. Continue reading the ...and more »

Historians say the March for Science is 'pretty unprecedented' - Washington Post

Tens of thousands of scientists and their allies are expected to demonstrate in Washington, D.C., on Saturday, with hundreds of additional satellite marches planned to boot. Organizers insist the march is simply calling for “political leaders and ...and more »

March for Science: Protesters gather worldwide to support 'evidence' - CNN

(CNN) Crowds massed in the US capital and around the world Saturday to support science and evidence-based research -- a protest partly fueled by opposition to President Donald Trump's threats of budget cuts to agencies funding scientists' work. At the ...and more »

PHOTOS: Scientists Take To Washington To Stress A Nonpartisan Agenda - NPR

Attendees from across the country descended on the nation's capital to speak up for science. The March for Science unfolded on the National Mall in Washington, D.C., on Saturday, and in multiple cities around the world. Coinciding with Earth Day, the ...and more »